Lori Barth

Lori Barth is an internationally acclaimed songwriter with many hits credited to her name, a recording artist, and a record producer. She co-wrote the theme song to the Oscar nominated French film Joyeux Noel entitled “I’m Dreaming Of Home” which was also nominated for a Golden Globe, Palme D’Or, The César du Cinéma, and BAFTA awards. The theme has gone on to be performed at many prestigious events including the 2008 Music & Cinema Festival in Auxerre, France with a 100-voice choir. It was also the song chosen for the 90th commemoration of the Canadian Battle of Vimy Ridge, and was selected for The British Armed Forces Tribute along with being performed by the acclaimed Cantabile Choir in Ontario, Canada.
Lori Barth’s songs have been heard on HBO and Lifetime movies, and television shows such as Brothers & Sisters, Smallville, Entertainment Tonight, Kevin Hill, Guiding Light, Jake in Progress, Gracie’s Choice, and Play’d. Lori’s worldwide platinum-selling hits include songs for Marta Sanchez, Australia’s Girlfriend, a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues with Keb’Mo for his nominated song “Momma, Where’s My Daddy?”, and a #1 hit with Holland’s Pop Idol Dewi. Some of her other credits include writing for Sarah Geronimo, Mark Baustista, Clair De La Fuente, which all received Platinum status in their respective territories. She has co-written with A.J. Croce and The Voice’s Will Champlin.
Aside from her busy schedule as a songwriter, Lori has been on the Board of Directors of The Society of Composers & Lyricists for over twenty-nine years, in addition to being the editor of their award-winning magazine, The Score.